Call of Duty: Black Ops II's final DLC is 'Apocalypse'
The new Zombies map sounds pretty good
It's been a decent run for Call of Duty: Black Ops II's DLC, but all things must come to and end and the end is nigh. It's only fitting that Treyarch's fourth and final pack for the game is called Apocalypse. Releasing first for Xbox 360 on August 27, this DLC has four more multiplayer maps and a Zombies experience that you might have seen teased.
Set in a Dieselpunk World War I-era France, Origins stars the familiar Tank, Nikolai, Takeo, and Rictofen as they fend off the undead nightmare in trenches. And attempt to take down a "1,000-foot-tall robot abomination." Great. You'll use period-appropriate weapons, including some that have a supernatural twist; a diesel drone; Mark IV tank; and a new perk machine.
As for the multiplayer maps, the list includes: Pod, a failed utopian community from the '70s that's on a Taiwanese cliffside; Frost, a frigid European city with a prominent bridge; Takeoff, a remake of the map Stadium from Black Ops; and Dig, a new take on World at War's Courtyard.
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